[aur-general] Broken Dependency - Speakup
steve.holmes88 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 12:09:43 EST 2009
Laurie Clark-Michalek wrote:
> 2009/12/30 Steve Holmes <steve.holmes88 at gmail.com>:
>> I changed mirrors and that seemed to have done the trick. Well, umm, not
>> really. What I mean is two kernel26.32 packages got updated but now my
>> machine is completely dead in the water! I guess I'm gonna have to boot with
>> the live CD when I get home and start downgrading some packages <sigh>.
>> This is the first time I've upgraded kernel packages and have my machine
>> fall completely over! no boot! I'm at work now so can't deal further with
>> this until I get home tonight but...
> Did you pacman -Syu, or did you just update the kernel when you
> updated after you changed the mirror? Also, you can expect problems
> with the 26.32 series, as it has just been introduced. However, in all
> the time I have been using Arch, I have never had my machine break
> massivly from a kernel update.
> P.S. Don't top post, it can make things hard to read.
Yes I did. I recalled 4 packages being specified for update. I forget
their exact names now but two of them were kernel26-32 related. They
each had an additional qualifier like driver, module, etc. Sorry, I'm
not at that computer right now and it can't boot yet anyway <sigh>.
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